UCubed Campaign Triggers Super PAC Attack Ad

Click here to visit UCubed's BEE MAD @ THE GOP

The Union of Unemployed (UCubed) is not the least bit flattered by a copycat attack ad released by a Republican super PAC, the Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF). The ad targeting Ohio Democrat Betty Sutton borrows heavily from UCubed’s revolutionary social media campaign, BEE MAD @ THE GOP, which has recently gone viral with over two million video downloads on Facebook.

“Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but the CLF’s attempt to mimic our BEE MAD @ THE GOP campaign is an example of how dishonest and devoid of new ideas the GOP has become,” said UCubed Executive Director Rick Sloan. “And they lie through their teeth even as they do it.”

UCubed’s BEE MAD @ THE GOP campaign began in July 2012 with the goal of helping the unemployed target their anger and frustration about the current jobs crisis where it rightfully belongs: on the GOP.

“Before watching their copycat ad, you should know that the CLF is the super PAC supported by Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and 80 members of the House Republican Caucus,” said Sloan in a Facebook message to UCubed’s 127,895 Facebook fans. “They’re the PAC-a-derms we have been stinging for twelve weeks.”

Here’s the CLF ad: http://goo.gl/DySXg.

UCubed’s BEE MAD @ THE GOP campaign can be found at www.facebook.com/ucubed.

With over 127,000 activists who regularly connect with over 34.1 million Facebook friends, UCubed represents a significant demographic in the upcoming elections. UCubed was formed to assist the millions of unemployed and underemployed Americans, and to provide a structure that allows them to take advantage of their growing numbers. For more information, visit www.UnionofUnemployed.com.